Songs you never get tired of listening to

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Postby chris » Tue Feb 06, 2007 5:57 pm

a tip of the hat to anyone who would suggest gary moore's still got the blues. this may be the best blues song...on the best blues the best blues guitarist that no one has ever heard of. i swear i've thought for years that i was the only one alive who owned this album. very nicely chosen.
I want to tell her that I love her a lot, but I got to get a belly full of wine.
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Postby 2 of 3 » Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:31 pm

The World is a tangled up necklace of Pearls
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Postby chris » Tue Feb 06, 2007 8:50 pm

i say a big thank you for that video.
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby mr h atom » Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:21 pm

U2 - i will follow, bad, love rescue me, all i want is you, so cruel
elton john - sorry seems to be the hardest word, don't let the sun go down on me
bruce cockburn - wondering where the lions are
the flaming lips -she don't use jelly, yoshimi battles the pink robots
the cure - three imaginary boys, close to me, hot-hot-hot, pictures of you, a forest, underneath the stars, disintegration, a thousand hours, bare, there is no if, the promise, faith

indigo girls - closer to fine, kid fears
brownsville station -martian boogie
kraftwerk -autobahn
billy joel -vienna, pressure, goodnight saigon, honesty, lullabye
modern english - i melt with you
jon & vangelis - friends of mr cairo
billy vera and the beaters - at this moment
springsteen -waiting on a sunny day, streets of philadelphia, jungleland
arrested developement - mr. wendal, tennessee
david & david - welcome to the boomtown
neil young - harvest moon, dirty old man, the needle an the damage done, f*!#in' up, over and over
depeche mode - halo, condemnation, heaven, never let me down again, when the body speaks, home, in your room

don williams - i believe in you
counting crows - round here
bob mould - heartbreak a stranger
the waterboys - too close to heaven, the whole of the moon, this is the sea
the black crowes - she talks to angels
dave matthews -don't drink the water, big eyed fish, bartender, the space between, crash into me
govt mule - beautifully broken
primitive radio gods - standing outside a broken phone booth...
ccr -bad moon rising, long as i can see the light
van morrison -moondance, have i told you lately
delbert mcclinton - i live the life i live
chris rea - fool if you think it's over, road to hell
big country - in a big country
the doors - the end

from one of the greatest soundtracks of all time !! professor longhair - tipitina, buckwheat zydeco - ma 'tit fille, aaron
neville and the neville bros band
- tell it like it is, beausoliel - zydeco gris gris, dennis quaid - closer to you, the swan silvertones - saviour, pass me not..the rest of 'em are pretty darned great, too
the fixx -secret separation
bread - if
talking heads - once in a lifetime, swamp
elvin bishop - don't lie to me, fooled around and fell in love, what the hell is going on
audioslave - like a stone
peter himmelman - tremble
tears for fears -woman in chains
coldplay - yellow, the scientist
devo -jocko homo
bowie - fame, golden year, heroes, putting out fire

peter gabriel - solsbury hill, waiting for the big one, here comes the flood, on the air, family snapshot, in your eyes, we do what we're told, mercy street, blood of eden, washing of the water, darkness, i grieve, signal to noise
warren zevon -roland the headless thompson gunner, excitable boy, werewolves of london, accidently like a martyr, lawyers guns and money, knockin' on heavens door, she's too good for me, el amor de mi vida, please stay, rub me raw, keep me in your heart
garth brooks - the dance
frank sinatra - summer wind

as some astute young tart once opined...i could really just keep going and going...but...
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby lobbybobby » Thu Mar 20, 2014 1:08 am

Very impressive Mr H :ymapplause:

Little extra time on your hands? :-h

IF. Really??? %-(

I actually enjoy a little Bread once in a while, but IF? Makes me wanna go :pukel
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby mr h atom » Thu Mar 20, 2014 1:19 am

what can i say...i'm not always this acerbic and witty :wink:

sometimes...i can be a real softie at heart

it's good widda chicks :lol:
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby Mattal1958 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 6:39 am

Wow, Mr. H. Nice list (and taste).

I will have to attempt something similar when I get the time!
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby eggman1979 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 1:14 pm

Oh I have soo many, here's some of them:

Abba: Me and I, On and on and on, Watch out

Air Supply: Chances

The Bangles: Manic Monday

Bee Gees: Masachussetts

Bill Halley: Rock around the clock

Billy Joel: Leningrad, Uptown girl, It's still rock and roll to me, Piano man, Movin' out (Anthony's song)

Bob Dylan: Things have changed, I want you, Subterranean homesick blues, Like a rolling Stone

Camera Obscura: 80s fan, Tears for affairs, Let's get out of this country, Keep it clean, Suspended from class, French navy, The sweetes thing, Swans, Forests and sands, Honey in the sun, My maudlin career, Troublemaker, William's heart, New year's resolution, Break it to you gently

Mama Cass Elliot: Make your own kind of music

Coldplay: Trouble, Yellow, God put a smile upon your face, In my place, The scientist, Gravity, Fix you, Speed of sound, The hardest part, Life in technicolor II, Lost, 42, Viva la vida, Violet hill, Strawberry swing, Death and all of his friends, Hurts like heaven, Paradise, Charlie Brown, Princess of China

The Corrs: Lough Erin shore

The Cranberries: When you're gone

Creedence Clearwater Revival: I Heard it through the grapevine

The Cure: Killing an arab, Pictures of you

David Bowie: Ashes to ashes, Space oddity

Elton John: 60 years on, Rocket man, The one, Daniel, Nikita, Someone saved my life tonight, 5th avenue, Funereal for a friend/Love lies bleeding, Goodbye yellow brick road, It ain't gonna be easy, Did he shoot her?, Tonight, The captain and the kid, Captain fantastic and the Brown dirt cowboy, Your song, I'm gonna be a teenage idol, High flying bird, Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters part I and II, Something about the way you look tonight, The greatest discovery, The King must die, Empty sky, Lady what's tomorrow, Tiny dancer, Crocodile rock, Bennie and the jets, Don't let the sun go down on me, The bith is back, Philadelphia freedom, Sorry seems to be the hardest Word, Blue eyes, I'm still standing, Believe, Empty garden, Don't wanna go on with you like that, Levon, Gone to Shiloh, When love is dying, Mandalay again

Elvis Presley: Suspicion, Such a night, Jailhouse rock, Can't help falling in love, Little sister

Frank Sinatra: My way, Strangers in the night, Something stupid, I've got you under my skin, Young at heart

Gerry and the Pacemakers: You'll never walk alone

The Hollies: Long cool woman in a black dress

James Blunt: 1973, Same mistake, Carry you home

John Waite: Missing you

Kacey Musgraves: Follow your arrow

Keane: Everybody's changing, Somewhere only we know, Clear skies, Spiralling, Perfect symmetry, My shadow, You are Young, Disconnected, Sovereign light café, On the road, The boys, Is it any wonder?, Early Winter, Sunshine

Led Zepellin: Kashmir, Stairway to heaven

Limahl: Neverending story

Madonna: Like a virgin, Cherish, Mterial girl, Rain, Ray of light, Beautiful stranger, Hanky panky, You'll see

Marvin Gaye: What's going on?

Mecano: El 7 de septiembre, La fuerza del destino

Michael Jackson: Working day and night, Leave me alone, Streetwalker, Fly away, Man in the mirror, Ben, Music and me, Jam, In the closet, Who is it?, Dangerous, They don't care about us, Earth song, Don't stop 'till you get enough, Wanna be starting somethin', Beat it, Billy Jean

Miguel Bosé: Manos vacías, Si tú no vuelves, Aire soy

Monserrath Caballé and Freddie Mercury: Barcelona

Neil Diamond: Solitary man

Oasis: Who feels love, The importance of being idol, Songbird, Let there be love

Paul Simon: Graceland

Pet Shop Boys: Love etc, West end girls, Suburbia, Jealousy

The Police: Every breath you take

Queen: Teo Torriate (Let us cling together), Bohemian rhapsody, Don't stop me now, Another one bites the dust, A kind of magic, Under preassure, Radio Ga Ga, Innuendo, Headlong, The show must go on, Scandal, '39, Love of my life, In the lap of the gods...revisited

R.E.M.: Orange crush, Shinny happy people

The Rolling Stones: Harlem shuffle, Angie, Honky tonk women

Sarah Brightman and José Carreras: Amigos para siempre

Simon and Garfunkel: At the zoo, Homeward bound, I am a rock, Cecilia, Bridge over troubled wáter, Bright eyes, The boxer

Tom Petty: Free falling, Won't back down, Running down a dream

Toto: Africa, Rosanna

Travelling Wilburys: Tweeter and the monkey man, End of the line, Wilbury twist, She's my baby, Inside out, You took my breath away, Handle with care

U2: The city of blinding lights, With or without you
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby efghijiloveyou » Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:55 pm

Eggman, you hit the nail on the head with "Things Have Changed" by Bob Dylan. I truly never tire of that one.
There are so many I could mention, but it seems like an overwhelming task!
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby EddieV » Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:17 am

On top of my head
Deep Purple_Highway Star
Jimi Hendrix_The Wind Cries Mary
The Who Baba O´riley
Pearl Jam_Pendulium
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